The Martyrdom of Christian America by Freemasonic Weapons of “Truth and Tolerance” (with a memorial to John Rogers)

February 4th, 1555

— John Rogers is Martyred–

How Weasels Won the West

Christianity is a call to education (ex: “out” + ducere: “to lead”). The Biblically educated man is called out by the Holy Spirit of Jesus Christ, lead out of international Babylon, out of the cursed blindness, madness, and confused perversion of heart that misrules the minds of the present age, and into the ageless temple of God’s heart, through the teachings and example of Christ, and the obedient love of the Body of His students. Christian education woos, grips, and pulls the heart away from the poisonous policies and procedures of the city of man to the City of God. Babylon wars against God’s rule and the men ruled by God. Its deadliest weapons are set against the soft minds of children while they struggle on their march to maturity; and, as we approach The End of the age, we can expect this most woeful conflict of soul-fracturing magnitude to rage like never before because “the devil” will “come down to [us] in great wrath, for he knows that his time is short!” (Rev. 12:12)

Let the wise listen faithfully and learn from the noble life of their spiritual ancestor, John Rogers, who –like Abel– “still speaks even though he is dead” (Heb. 11:4). It may help them in The End.

In 1688 –when many more Americans were still Christian nationalists who aimed to win the world with the Gospel– our forefathers drilled their children into fitness for that spiritual war. They were helped by the publication (and many following editions) of a little schoolbook called The New England Primer. It was a text unfit for the shriveled hearts of cowards, but it made millions of men fit for that kingdom which is only inherited by those who endure to The End.

Sadly, however, many later fell into the tempting trap of greed, were “seduced away from the faith and pierced themselves with many sorrows” (1 Tim. 6:10); but that vicious cycle is nothing new. From the very beginning, Satan mixed truth with lies to deceive humankind into thinking that a good thing mixed with evil could still be good (Gen. 3:6). 700 years before Christ, in the prophet Isaiah’s day, the “rulers of the darkness of this world” (Eph. 6:12) caused Israel to call darkness light (Is. 5:20). Christ spoke to the established Judaism of His day and said, “If the light that is in you is darkness, how great is that darkness” (Matt. 6:23)!

Likewise, the inner light of Christian America’s established body politic soon became darkened by “enlightenment” era toleration through the influence of Freemasonry, just as the Freemasons’ Quarterly Magazine and Review of 1851 said: “In the year 1730, Lodges were created in different points of America, and Provincial Charters granted by the Grand Lodge of England.” It is said that in these lodges the “Jew and the Christian here sit side by side, both worshipping the same God of Abraham, of Isaac, and of Jacob” (pg. 136). That idea was and is a deadly serious deception, for when “Jews” faced Christ Himself and said, “Abraham is our father” (John 8:39) and “We have one Father—even God” (8:41), Jesus replied: “If God were your Father, you would love Me, for I came from God and I am here. I came not of my own accord, but He sent me” (42). Christ said, “As long as I am in the world, I am the light of the world” (Jn. 9:5); and, “I have come as a light into the world, that whoever believes in Me should not abide in darkness” (Jn. 12: 36), but the Lord’s contemporary and falsely so-called “Jews” (see Rom. 2:28) rejected Him. They bound themselves with a bloody oath to an allegiance with darkness against the light when they cast their democratic vote for the violent revolutionary, Barabbas; for the nation would not embrace a king that refused to advance His kingdom at the cost of bribes, lies, or a single severed ear.

Surely, Christ affirms and even ordains the existence of Law and order with real evidence, truthful witnesses, grave deliberation, and just judgment by the hands of an armed law enforcement agent, “for he is God’s minister, an avenger to execute wrath on him who practices evil” (Rom. 13:4); but the kingdom which is “righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit” (Rom. 14:17) wins the loyal love of converts more by teaching and encouraging hearts through the example of helpful good works and the aromatic joy of its “psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs” (Col. 3:16). However, the disciples of darkness proudly shoveled God off the earth like dung, saying, “His blood be on us and on our children!” (Matt. 27:25)… but men are judged when they put God on trial!

The Jews in the Freemason lodges back then in 1730, and in our world now, did not and do not fulfill that condition established by Christ who said, “If God were your Father, you would love Me.” Just as effect follows cause, Puritan America’s officially Christian institutions were compromised and corrupted by the toleration of Anti-Christ “Judaism.” Men were bewitched to believe that “Jews” and Christians both worship “the God of Abraham, of Isaac, and of Jacob” even though Jesus said, “No man comes to the Father unless they go through Me” (Jn. 14:6). Later, in the same Masonic Review, a dreadful confession is made:

“Masonry has never used any other weapons
but truth and toleration;
and with those mighty weapons
she has conquered, and still conquers, and rides triumphant
over ignorance, bigotry, and superstition”
(pg. 518).

“Weapons of Truth“?
Here we see the bitter taproot of America’s most damnable miseducation!

It brings forth on one branch what looks like the good fruit of a form of knowledge that is growing to conquer “over ignorance” (eg, religious tolerance in the shape of Jewish “charity” to gentile brother-masons, as opposed to prejudiced isolationism— but oh how easily a law-voiding bribe can masquerade as “charity”! You shall learn more about this in the section on Chaim Solomon; but for now, let it be said that a parasitic money-power which aims to seize the financial apparatus of an entire nation for its chief benefit –to the detriment of the host nation– can get leverage on that entire nation’s finances by giving “charitably” to powerful politicians. Antony Sutton described this process perfectly in the first chapter of his 1974 book, Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution: “[B]y the late nineteenth century the inner sanctums of Wall Street understood that the most efficient way to gain an unchallenged monopoly was to ‘go political’ and make society go to work for the monopolists— under the name of the public good and the public interest [much like Jewish bribery under the name of “charity” to Christian politicians in America’s Freemason lodges during our revolutionary war]. This strategy was detailed in 1906 by Frederick C. Howe in his Confessions of a Monopolist,” in which Howe said, “These are the rules of big business….. and are reducible to a simple maxim: Get a monopoly; let the Society work for you: and remember that the best of all business is politics, for a legislative grant, franchise, subsidy or tax exemption is worth more than a Kimberly or Comstock lode, since it does not require any labor, either mental or physical, for its exploitation” (Chicago: Public Publishing, 1906), p. 157]. ). Yes, this bitter taproot of damnable Freemasonic miseducation brings forth on another branch evil fruit sprung from a denial of the power of Godly intolerance: the evil fruit of an ignorant toleration of damnable heresies cherished by Jewish “false teachers” who were “among [us], who… secretly [brought] in destructive heresies, even denying the Master who bought them” (2 Peter 2:1). Truly Christian America fell by eating from a tree that called itself The Tree of Liberty (watered by the blood of tyrants and patriots) but it was merely another cursed Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil cultivated by anti-Christ “Jews” among Christians who foolishly swallowed it in the name of fighting “ignorance, bigotry, and superstition.”

Obviously, Almighty God’s first command prohibits the establishment and free exercise of other religions before Him but our Freemasons considered this “ignorance, bigotry, and superstition.”

God’s Law says: “Break down their altars and smash their sacred pillars. Burn their Asherah poles and cut down their carved idols. Completely erase the names of their gods!” (Deut. 12:3), but our Freemasons considered this “ignorance, bigotry, and superstition” to be “conquered” with the “weapon” of “toleration.”

God’s Law says: “Pay close attention to everything I have said to you. You must not invoke the names of other gods; they must not be heard on your lips” (Exodus 23:13), but our Freemasons considered this “ignorance, bigotry, and superstition” to be “conquered” with the “weapon” of “toleration.”

God’s Law say: “You must not bow down to their gods or serve them or follow their practices. Instead, you are to demolish them and smash their sacred stones to pieces” (Exodus 23:24), but our Freemasons considered this “ignorance, bigotry, and superstition” to be “conquered” with the “weapon” of “toleration.”

God’s Law says: “You must drive out before you all the inhabitants of the land, destroy all their carved images and cast idols, and demolish all their high places(Numbers 33:52), but our Freemasons considered this “ignorance, bigotry, and superstition” to be “conquered” with the “weapon” of “toleration.”

What was the suicidal motive that wrecked America? It is counter-intuitive. “He that tries to save his life will lose it.” The martyr’s heart that saves its riches in heaven began to covet the things on earth. We stopped living for what John Rogers died for. Jesus told the “Jews” of His day that they “cannot serve both God and mammon” (Matt. 6:24). It is said that the term Mammon is related to a Syrian god of wealth; whatever the case, the love of money (or greed) is idolatry in God’s eyes (Eph. 5:5). Jewish money and Jewish lies seduced America.

God’s Law says: “You must burn up the images of their gods; do not covet the silver and gold that is on them or take it for yourselves, or you will be ensnared by it; for it is detestable to the LORD your God” (Deuteronomy 7:25) but “Jewish” lies and their Syrian god of wealth seduced America.

God’s Word had the answer all along. It was was plainly written, sayin: “They shall not dwell in your land, lest they make you sin against me; for if you serve their gods, it will surely be a snare to you” (Exodus 23:33). Puritan Christian nationalism was ruined by Jewish lies cultivated in Freemason lodges, for we began to believe that Jews could worship “the same God of Abraham, of Isaac, and of Jacob” (Review, pg. 136) even though God’s word says “Whoever denies the Son does not have the Father either” (1 Jn. 2:23).

In the late 1700’s, the leaven of the Pharisees inflated the American lump through men like Jefferson, Paine, Franklin, and Washington, men who tolerated false religions in our midst and, in the new age spirit of Freemasonry, went so far as to legalize polytheism in the 1st Amendment; but, in 1600’s, when The New England Primer was first published, our leaders were still wise and just enough to execute witches at the risk of injuring the innocent in acts that were far more just in their aims than those of the modern child-sacrificers at abortion temples. Today, American educators publicly strive to convince kids to cut off and cauterize their privates, but the old Puritans warned the heirs of future Time not to cauterize their consciences, not to become emotionally calloused, but to remember how to blush, to fear being cut off from God, and to do so by being intolerant of sin. The pilgrims and puritans may have fled persecution but they weren’t opposed to intolerance. They planted America on a foundation of intolerance, an intolerance that may very well have needed to be reformed or fine-tuned, but not abolished.

The New England Primer included an alphabet, a few lists of simple words, moral poetry, catechism, and –right in the guts of it– the last words written by John Rogers to his children before his martyrdom.

A Summary of the Life of John Rogers:

Rogers studied hard and fruitfully at the University of Cambridge and Oxford, pastored about two years in London. He was called and chosen by The English Merchant Adventurers to be their Chaplain in Belgium, and served them well there for many years. During that time, he met William Tyndale and Miles Coverdale (which both hated popish superstition and idolatry, and had forsaken their native England out of love for true religion). Through his fellowship with Tyndale and Coverdale, John Rogers gained a great knowledge of the Gospel that drove him to “cast off the heavy yoke of Popery, for he perceived it to be impure and filthy Idolatry” (Foxe’s Acts and Monuments of Christian Martyrs, book 11– 1583 ed.). Rogers joined himself with them two in that “painful & most profitable labour of translating the Bible into the English tongue” (ibid). In 1536, Rogers witnessed the martyrdom that Tyndale suffered for daring but failing to translate the complete Bible into the language of the common man. In 1537, Rogers rejected the demonic vows of chastity that Rome placed on him as a priest; then he married, completed Tyndale’s unfinished translation, and published it under the pen name Thomas Mathew. It was the first complete translation of the Bible into English from the original Hebrew and Greek sources. When copies made it to England, king Henry the 8th and Thomas Cromwell claimed to find no heresy in the translation; but, by Royal proclamation, the Tyndale/Rogers Bible was made the official translation for all the churches of England. It served as the basis of the King James Bible read today. But, in Belgium where Rogers was, the stench of roasted human flesh was still fresh in the air. Rogers moved to the world capital of Reformation in Wittenberg, Germany. He befriended Melencthon and translated four of his books. Rogers was so fluent in German that, in 1543, he was granted pastoral duties at Meldorf, and he was Superintendent of the District of Meldorf until 1547 when king Henry the 8th died. Great reforms immediately began to sweep through England when the young protestant, Edward the 6th, became king (eg, priests were allowed to marry). Rogers felt called to help with the work back in his fatherland. However, young protestant king Edward the 6th soon died young at 15 years old (1553) and Bloody Mary, Queen of Scots, quickly took control. Rogers won a martyr’s crown under her cruelty, but before he died he wrote a golden poem for his children that was bejeweled with his life’s crystallized wisdom.

Ponder the last poem of John Rogers in your heart. With more faithful men like him, and less infidels like Jefferson, Paine, and Franklin, America wouldn’t have become the principality and power of the Novus Ordo Seclorum which it is today. Ponder these words that were written from the verge of eternity:

Behold the first victim of Queen Mary’s reign (Feb. 4, 1555).
The heart of hell grins with glee while the smoke of John Rogers brings tears to the eyes of his wife and 10 little children.

GIVE ear, my children, to my word,
Whom God hath dearly bought;
Lay up His laws within your heart,
And print them in your thought.

I leave you here a little book,
For you to look upon,
That you may see your father’s face,
When he is dead and gone,–

Who, for the hope of heavenly things,
While he did here remain,
Gave over all his golden years
To prison and to pain;–

Where I, among my iron bands,
Enclosed in the dark,
Not many days before my death,
Composed for you this work.

And for example to your youth,
To whom I wish all good,
I send you here God’s perfect truth,
And seal it with my blood;–

To you, my heirs of earthly things,
Whom I do leave behind,
That you may read and understand,
And keep it in your mind;–

That as you have been heirs of that
Which once will wear away,
You also may possess that part
Which never will decay.

Keep always God before your eyes,
With all your whole intent,
Commit no sin in any wise,
But keep his commandments.

Abhor that arrant whore of Rome,
And all her blasphemies,
And drink not of her cursed cup;
Obey not her decrees.

Give honor to your mother dear;
Remember well her pain;
And recompense her, in her age,
With the like love again.

Be always ready for her help,
And let her not decay;
Remember well your father all,
Who should have been your stay.

Give of your portion to the poor,
As riches do arise;
Arid from the needy, naked soul,
Turn not away your eyes.

For he who doth not hear the cry
Of those who stand in need,
Will cry himself; and not be heard,
When he does hope to speed.

If God hath given you increase,
And blessed well your store,
Remember you are put in trust,
And should relieve the poor.

Beware of foul and filthy lusts;
Let such things have no place,
Keep clean your vessels in the Lord,
That He may you embrace.

You are the temples of the Lord,
For you are dearly bought,
And they who do defile the same
Will surely come to nought.

Be never proud, by any means,
Build not your house too high;
But always have before your eyes
That you were born to die.

Defraud not him who hired is,
Your labor to sustain;
But pay him still, without delay,
His wages for his pain.

And as you would that other men
Towards you should proceed,
Do you the same to them again,
When they do stand in need.

Impart your portion to the poor
In money and in meat;
And send the feeble, fainting son,
Of that which you do eat.

Ask counsel always of the wise
Give ear unto the end,
And ne’er refuse the sweet rebuke
Of him who is your friend.

Be always thankful to the Lord,
With prayer and with praise,
Begging of him to bless your work,
And to direct your ways.

Seek first, I say, the living God,
And always Him adore,
And then be sure that He will bless
Your basket and your store.

And I beseech Almighty God,
To replenish you with grace,
That I may meet you in the heavens,
And see you face to face.

And though the fire my body burn,
Contrary to my kind,
That I cannot enjoy your love,
According to my mind,–

Yet I do hope that when the heavens
Shall vanish like a scroll,
I shall see you in perfect shape
In body and in soul.

And that I may enjoy your love,
And you enjoy the land,
I do beseech the living Lord
To hold you in his hand.

Though here my body be adjudged
In flaming fire to fry,
My soul, I trust, will straight ascend
To dwell with God on high.

What though this carcass smart awhile?
What though this life decay?
My soul, I hope, will be with God,
And live with Him for aye.

I know I am a sinner born,
From the original,
And that I do deserve to die,
By my forefather’s fall.

But by our Savior’s precious blood,
Which on the cross was spilt,
Who freely offered up his life,
To save our souls from guilt,–

I hope redemption I shall have,
And all who in him trust,
When I shall see Him face to face,
And live among the just.

Why, then, should I fear death’s grim look,
Since Christ for me did die?
For king and Cesar, rich and poor,
The force of death must try.

When I am chained to the stake,
And fagots gird me round,
Then pray the Lord my soul in heaven
May be with glory crowned.

Come, welcome, death, the end of fears,
I am prepared to die;
These earthly flames will send my soul
Up to the Lord on high.

Farewell, my children, to the world,
Where you must yet remain;
The Lord of hosts is your defense
Till we do meet again.

Farewell, my true, my loving wife,
My children, and my friends;
I hope in heaven to see you all,
When all things have their ends.

If you go on to serve the Lord,
As you have now begun,
You shall walk safely all your days,
Until your life, be done.

God grant you so to end your days,
As he shall think it best,
That I may meet you in the heavens,
Where I do hope to rest.

This poem is the final fruit yielded by an educated man, a man lead out of a perilous time among devils and the devil’s men, and into eternal peace with the family of God.

EXODUS 23:33

They shall not dwell in your land,
lest they make you sin against me;

for if you serve their gods,
it will surely be a snare to you


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